Do you want younger-looking skin? Sun damage, collagen loss and many other factors contribute to aging skin. If you see fine lines, wrinkles, age spots and other signs of aging on your face, you may be an excellent candidate for a chemical peel. Removing dead and damaged skin cells can refresh your appearance and smooth your tone and texture. Be That Beautiful™ Plastic Surgery offers chemical peels at our clinic in Beverly Hills, CA.
There are different types and levels of chemical peels. While all remove some of the top skin cells to rejuvenate the appearance of the skin, some work deeper into the dermis layer. Chemical peels can be light, medium or deep, depending on the patient and what type of results they desire. Some of the skin conditions that can be diminished with a chemical peel treatment include:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Age or brown spots
- Hyperpigmentation or irregular pigmentation
- Acne or other light scarring
- Dry or rough skin
- Large pores
Most chemical peels use various types of natural acids that exfoliate the epidermis of the skin. Light peels will leave the skin pink and glowing without the peeling, scabbing and redness that may occur with medium or deep peels. These are wonderful for maintaining a youthful skin appearance, but are not as effective as medium or deeper peels for erasing lines, wrinkles and discolorations.
Treatment for Younger-Looking Skin
Medium and deep chemical peels are a cost-effective treatment to look years younger with one treatment. These peels remove damaged skin cells down into the dermis layer and will have some after effects. The “peel” process over the 7-10 days after treatment can result in the top layer of skin flaking off. However, once the healing occurs, your face will have refreshed and rejuvenated skin that looks smoother and more youthful.
If you want to erase the signs of aging on your face, a chemical peel treatment may be the right solution for you. To learn more about the chemical peels we offer at Be That Beautiful™ Plastic Surgery, contact our office in Los Angeles.